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Hello there!

 

I've got a question about frethand mutes in EOF / Guitar Pro.

 

I have a guitar pro file that looks like this:

 

http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh283/pipiclub/fhmgp.jpg

 

I imported that into EOF and I get it in RS like that:

 

http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh283/pipiclub/fhmutes.jpg

 

 

So in general its okay - I just would like to have it aestheticly improved so that the frethand mutes are displayed on the same frets as the chords -  How can I tell GuitarPro that the mutes should be on the 10th fret?

 

Thank you very much!

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Or you just post your solution instead!

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Actually I didn't solve it :unsure: .. I thought I did as I found out I coud change the muted notes in GuitarPro.. after I did that I thought that should be it but It only worked for the Rythm Guitar part:

 

http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh283/pipiclub/superfhm.jpg

With this one, in RS the mutes are in the same position than the normal chords...

 

For Lead(notes from the first post) its still shifted - I think it may have to do sth with the open string.... anybody know anything? Thanks - and sorry again!

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Click one of the XXX mute chords and press F.  What does the edit frets/finger box show?  This can tell you why it is jumping down the fretboard.

 

If you want to get rid of those position changes just seek to each one, press SHIFT+F and erase them.  Or, you can press CTRL+SHIFT+F to bring up a list of all the changes at once.

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Click one of the XXX mute chords and press F.  What does the edit frets/finger box show?  This can tell you why it is jumping down the fretboard.

 

If you want to get rid of those position changes just seek to each one, press SHIFT+F and erase them.  Or, you can press CTRL+SHIFT+F to bring up a list of all the changes at once.

Thank you very much that was it!!!

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